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It just makes sense.

Get it in the zone, and get in the groove: the strategically constructed Mountain Hardwear Men's Zonal Jacket delivers insulation where you're vulnerable to cold, stretch that lets you reach those faraway holds, and weather protection where you're most exposed. Made from durable ripstop nylon, stretch fleece, and cozy 850-fill goose down, this brainy jacket has a lot of brawn.

  • Light, tough, and durable 20D ripstop nylon shell fights the wind, cold, and wear and tear
  • Stretch fleece panels at sides and under arms provide ample mobility for long reaches
  • MicroClimateZoning construction smartly places different materials where they are most effective for maximum performance
  • Light and lean 850-fill goose down gives just enough insulation to keep you warm where you need it
  • Dual hem drawcords adjust in a flash to accommodate for quickly changing weather or adding layers
  • Two hand pockets secure essentials

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Wonderful

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I wore this jacket during a Kilimanjaro summit, and was incredibly warm, while also being extremely light.

Unlike other down jackets I have owned, I haven't yet experienced any feather leak.

Since the hike, I have worn the jacket several times, with no concerns.

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Does this jacket pack into its pocket?

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Does this jacket pack into its pocket?

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No, unfortunately it doesn't.

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Any tips on a Mountain Hardware shell to...

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Any tips on a Mountain Hardware shell to wear over this?